New Military training centers will be open in almost all colleges and universities in Russia said Russian Minister of Education and Science Valery Falkov and Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu
The All-Russian Scientific and Practical Conference “Military Training of Students – New Opportunities and Prospects” hosted Russian Minister of Education and Science Valery Falkov and Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu. However, the advancement of the military education system in civilian higher schools is the agenda of the event. In addition, the event organized in Patriot Park’s congress and exhibition center.
“In almost all higher educational institutions, we order to create and open military training centers. Along with officers, soldiers, and sergeants, we are training here. Rectors and governors, of course, have a tremendous amount of work to do with this. After that, a major concern for them “, Shoigu said at the All science and practical conference on topical issues of cooperation between the Ministry of Defense and civil higher education on Friday.
According to the minister , military training centres have already established in 104 universities across the country where 60 thousand students today undergo military training, receive a full-fledged military ID, and leave as officers and sergeants, foremen, sailors, and soldiers.
During the meeting, Alexander Fedorov, the rector of the Baltic Federal University, proposed the establishment of a military training center on the university’s campus. Further, Andrei Kuchin, a Kurgan State University student, made the same proposal to the Presidium via video connection.
“ The Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University is an outpost of the nation in the west, a rapidly expanding university, and at Kurgan State University today, there is an immediate issue of retaining youth in the region and providing opportunities for the growth of talents,” said Valery Falkov the Russian Minister of Education and Science.